Speakers: Terry Barrette, Director, Intel PSG Academic Program Tyler Sheaves, Intel PSG student Intern, UCDavis PhD Program
The world is facing an extraordinary crisis in the form of COVID-19. The Intel PSG Academic Program is focusing on how to continue FPGA learning through virtual platforms. This short spotlight will briefly cover a range of topics on our current Academic Program offerings along with a demo of our new remote education capability for courses using FPGA dev kits. This takes advantage of our SW and HW tools to facilitate a new virtualized teaching framework.
Attendees of this event will benefit in the following ways: · Learn about the open source FPGA related educational materials to teaching undergrad and graduate classes. · Learn how to sign up for hardware donations and free licensing and FPGA cloud access. · Learn how to partner with Intel FPGA Academic Program to setup virtual/remote labs to support your teaching needs.
You can also watch the conference live through YouTube. The links are available in the community board (WebApp Link).